Day: November 16, 2022

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Europe’s energy crisis is very far from over

  Economist.com , November 16,2022   We war game what will happen next   IN MID-OCTOBER, off the Spanish coast, a number of slow-moving metallic domes emerged on the skyline. They were tankers, pregnant with superchilled liquefied natural gas (LNG) and awaiting delivery at busy “regasification” terminals, where their liquid fuel is turned to gas […]

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Federal, Alberta governments pour $461 million into Edmonton hydrogen plant

  CBC News , November 16,2022   By Janet French   Construction on the largest hydrogen plant in the world will proceed in northeast Edmonton after the provincial and federal governments agreed to contribute hundreds of millions of dollars.   Air Products Canada last year announced its intention to build the $1.6-billion plant, which should produce […]

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Kimbell Royalty Partners LP Announces $290M Permian Basin acquisition

  Fort Worth Report , November 16,2022   FORT WORTH, Texas, Nov. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kimbell Royalty Partners, LP (NYSE: KRP) (“Kimbell” or the “Company”), a leading owner of oil and gas mineral and royalty interests in approximately 16 million gross acres in 28 states, today announced that it has agreed to acquire mineral and royalty interests […]

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i(x) Net Zero company agrees terms for second CO2 capture facility in US

  Proactive Investors , November 16,2022   By Phillip Whiterow   i(x) Net Zero portfolio company, Carbon Engineering, has signed an agreement with its US development partner 1PointFive for Direct Air Capture (DAC) facilities at a second site in the US, in Kleburg County, Texas.   Carbon Engineering’s DAC technology removes carbon dioxide directly from […]

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Scaling the CCUS industry to achieve net-zero emissions

  Mckinsey.com , November 16,2022   By Krista Biniek, Phil De Luna, Luciano Di Fiori, Alastair Hamilton, Brandon Stackhouse   Over the past 30 years, many industry experts have predicted that carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) technologies would be required to decarbonize industries such as energy, chemicals, cement, and steel production, yet the CCUS […]

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